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Michelle Fleckner

Michelle Fleckner
Michelle joined the team in 2017 as VP of HCM Solutions. Her interest is in helping companies identify areas where streamlining and automating would benefit their HR & Payroll departments. Her strengths are organization planning, revenue generation, customer retention & business process automation.
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 Millions of workers report being victimized by workplace violence every year.  Unfortunately, many more cases go unreported. While some employees resist reporting violent acts due to fear of retaliation, others remain silent because they are unclear about the types of behaviors classified as...

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Employee engagement is quite the buzzword, but does it really matter? What does it even mean? This is one of those topics that is talked about often, but understood poorly and followed through on rarely. The fact is employee engagement has a tremendous impact on your business, and the recent ...

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How Can Your Business Avoid Them?

As businesses navigate an ever-changing landscape, sometimes it's easier to avoid pitfalls than to follow abstract rules. With this in mind, here we explore four of the most common pitfalls to avoid as a business in the digital age: dismissing HR as a secondary;...

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We live in dangerous times. Increasingly, violence erupts in the workplace. This is a frightening, uncomfortable issue. Yet there are measures you can take - today - to protect your people and your company.

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Why Is Employee Retention the Key to Success?

Employee retention and turnover is an important factor for many firms. Employing the best people that are able to provide the most value is key to growing a business and delivering stellar results. Turnover is costly as there are large expenses in...

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Is Your Company Attractive to Prospective Employees?

Finding the best and brightest to work for you is no easy task. They generally are treated well at their current jobs and don't want to take the risk of jumping to a new firm when they don't know everything that is in store for them. In a...

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